Saturday, November 21, 2009

Mido Cafe , Hong Kong

A landmark on Temple Street, Mido Cafe is a rare find in Hong Kong. It exudes an ambience reminiscent of cafes in the last century. Stepping inside is akin to entering a time tunnel.

Their french toasts are fluffy and exquisite, perfect with a cup of milk tea. Unlike the poor imitations that you would find at places like KimGary, the ones are are heavenly good ! Dipped in egg and deep fried, its surprisingly the bread isnt soaked in oil at all !! Drizzled with honey and a slab of butter..its sinfully yummy .

One fo the highlights on the menu is the Fried Noodels with Sliced Pork. Thin noodles are fried till golden brown. Pork slices are pounded slighly before stir-frying quickly in a broth. Kai lan is added and the savoury mix is then pourde over the crispy noodles. But since we already had our lunch , we skipped this.

ADDRESS: 63, Temple Street, Yau Ma Tei
TELEPHONE: 852-2384-6402
OPENING HOURS: 8:30am-9:30pm
DIRECTIONS: Yau Ma Tei MTR Station, Exit B2

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